Category: Leak Detection & Repair

It doesn’t take much for a leak to ruin your day. A leak from a tiny hairline crack can quickly cost you hundreds of dollars in water, or even flood part of your home.

Learn how we approach leaks, or visit our leak detection and repair page to learn more. We are also happy to offer slab leak detection and natural gas leak detection.

does homeowners insurance cover a slab leak?

Does Homeowners Insurance Cover a Slab Leak?

Homeowners insurance is designed to provide financial protection to homeowners in the event of damage to their property or belongings due to covered perils. Whether a slab leak is covered by homeowners insurance depends on several factors, including the cause of the leak, the terms of the insurance policy, and any exclusions that may apply.


how do I find out where my water is leaking from?

How Do I Find Out Where My Water is Leaking From?

Detecting a plumbing leak can be a daunting task, but with careful observation and systematic steps, you can identify the source of the problem. Here’s a guide to help you locate and address a plumbing leak in your home. Initial inspection: Begin by examining the areas where you’ve noticed water accumulation, dampness, or discoloration. Common


do water leaks get worse over time?

Do Water Leaks Get Worse Over Time?

Water leaks can, indeed, worsen over time, often leading to significant structural damage and increased repair costs if left unaddressed. Whether in a residential, commercial, or industrial setting, water leaks should never be underestimated, as they can cause extensive harm to buildings and their contents. Initially, a small water leak might seem harmless, with only


5 plumbing problems that can cause mold

5 Plumbing Problems That Can Cause Mold

Issues with your plumbing can lead to water damage, standing water, moist conditions, and other problems you do not want. Moist conditions in a cool and dark area such as under a cabinet or in the basement can become a perfect growing bed for mold. Having mold left growing untreated in your home can lead


how can you tell if you have a natural gas leak?

How Can You Tell if You Have a Natural Gas Leak?

Anyone with a furnace, fireplace, or water heater that uses natural gas should know how to tell if they have a natural gas leak in the house. While these appliances have many safety features and only properly licensed professionals can work on them, nothing is perfectly safe. Natural gas leaks do still happen. Most are


12 common household water leaks

12 Common Household Water Leaks

Have you noticed that your water bill is rising? The culprit is usually a hidden leak somewhere in the house. There are a lot of sources of water and appliances in your home that might be the cause of a leak. Here are 12 of the most common household water leaks. Work through this list


how do you get a slab leak?

How Do You Get A Slab Leak?

So you’ve found a damp spot or two in your carpet recently. You’ve noticed that your water bill has skyrocketed, despite your usage habits being the same. The water pressure in your shower and sinks is significantly lower, and it’s starting to annoy you. These signs can point to a slab leak. Simply put, a


dull headache from a gas leak

What are the Symptoms of a Natural Gas Leak?

You won’t always smell a gas leak. Sometimes you’ll only suffer the effects. So, what are the symptoms of a natural gas leak? Do pets experience the same symptoms? Plus, how do you detox from natural gas poisoning? We’ll answer all of these questions and tell you what you need to know for your safety.



How to Diagnose a Leaking Toilet

Ask any homeowner and they’ll all agree that the last thing they want to do is pay more on monthly utilities like water and electricity. When your toilet is damaged, that’s exactly what you’ll be doing. Have you ever passed by your bathroom only to hear your toilet refilling without anyone using it? Does it